14994Re: [ROOTSRADICALS] Kickback kickstand
- Apr 27, 2014I'm not sure there is a right answer to your question, except one of taste. I prefer my front wheel slightly off the ground, and I feel like having the legs long enough to do that means that you'll be just right when you're on a not-quite-level surface.Something to keep in mind is that as the feet of the kickstand wear you might eventually want to do what other people on the list have done, which is to add rubber feet to the ends of your kickback legs, both for better grip and for doing less damage to the metal tips of the feet. Search the previous list entries for a particularly well fitting set of cane tips I found.On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 9:34 PM, <lizturrigroups@...> wrote:
I just installed the Kickback kickstand on my Radish and am loving it. Just one quick question- how do I know if I need to shorten the leg length on the stand. When the stand is engaged, my front wheel is off the ground approx 3 inches. Should the froth wheel be flat on the ground or is it supposed to be up in the air a bit?
Thanks so much!
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